Taxing Small Corporations: Increasing Fairness or Undermining Growth?

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Calgary, AB

The federal Finance Minister recently proposed changes to the tax code, raising concerns for many small incorporated business. The Finance Minister argues that owners of Canadian Controlled Private Corporations have an unfair tax advantage, since they can store money in their businesses without that money being immediately subject to income tax. But many owners of small corporations argue that being able to store funds in their business is necessary for business planning and that the proposed changes will disincentive hard work and growth.

Join The School of Public Policy for an expert discussion on these changes, and their impacts not only on business owners, but the economy overall. This discussion matters, since it will form the basis of a formal submission and recommendations to the Department of Finance.

Featured Speakers:

Jack Mintz, President’s Fellow, The School of Public Policy
Kevin Milligan, Professor of Economics, Vancouver School of Economics
Kim Moody, Director, Canadian Tax Advisory, Moodys Gartner Tax Law
Richard Truscott, Vice-President BC and Alberta, Canadian Federation of Independent Business

Where:

University of Calgary Downtown Campus
Event Centre
906 8th Ave SW
Calgary, AB

7:30 a.m. Registration and breakfast buffet
8:00 a.m. Jack Mintz overview presentation
8:30 a.m. Panel discussion and Q&A
9:30 a.m. Event concludes

 

Registration fee: $35.00

For more information, please contact us at [email protected]